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24 September 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
AQUATICS.

AQUATICS.

LONDON ROWING CLUB EIGHT-OARED RACE. The great race originally appointed to take place on Wednesday next amongst the gentlemen of the London Rowing Club has been postponed until Saturday. The distance will be from Putney to the lower end of Chiswick Eyet, through the centre arch
24 September 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE BUILDERS' STRIKE.

THE BUILDERS' STRIKE.

It would seem to be impossible to get at some of the facts in the present dispute; but there can be no reason to doubt that the masters are gradually obtaining workmen under the declaration, sufficient in number to carry on the work whin was in p:ogres at th 3 time of the strike
24 September 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MARRIAGES.

MARRIAGES.

ANDIIg — ScIionvINK.LE.—On the 22d inst., at St. Maryiebone Old Church, by the R 39. Garlick, Ann Margaret, third daughter of the late John Lmis. Andre, Esq., to Friederich Martin Ernst Behopsviukle, of Dusseldorf, Pi assia. AusTEN—Dr.wm.—Cn the 20th inst., at the Mitish Embassy
24 September 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
BOURNEMOUTH, Hants.—A Married Lady wishes to have the ENTIRE CHARGE of THREE or FOUR CHILDREN, to be EDUCATED with her

BOURNEMOUTH, Hants.—A Married Lady wishes to have the ENTIRE CHARGE of THREE or FOUR CHILDREN, to be EDUCATED with her

own, on good Church principles, with the comforts of a private family. The air being most salubrious, it is a desirable locality for Indian pupils.—For terms and references, apply to P. C., post-lice, Bournemouth.
24 September 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
MR. J. E. BRIDE'S NEW NOVEL. Now ready, at all the Libraries, in 3 vole., W AIT AND lIOPE. By

MR. J. E. BRIDE'S NEW NOVEL. Now ready, at all the Libraries, in 3 vole., W AIT AND lIOPE. By

JOHN ED3IUND ItEADE. Hurst and Blackett, Publishers, Successors to Henry Colburn, 13, Great 3larlborough-street.
24 September 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
This Day, octavo, Is., L. 7 ERMONS on the ATONEMENT an d OTHER SUBJECTS, preached before the University of Cambridge.

This Day, octavo, Is., L. 7 ERMONS on the ATONEMENT an d OTHER SUBJECTS, preached before the University of Cambridge.

By E. lIAROLD BROWNE, M.A., Norrisian Professor of Divinity in the University, Carnbri ige; Canon of Exeter. By the same Author, Fourth Edition, with copious Indices, 165., EXPOSITION of the THIRTY-NINE ARTICLES. London: John W. Parker and Son, West Strand.
24 September 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
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_ - - Was morally certain that 'as resorted to by the Conser- prated some evidence given at r by Mr. Robert Wilton, said that had crept in to the canttributed to the gross system der that before the pas9ing of the Parliamentary elections are compared with the elecefore the Reform
04 October 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
ST. BARTHOLMEMS HOSPITAL.

ST. BARTHOLMEMS HOSPITAL.

, Mr. Holden, who has recently been appointed the join, lecturer in anatomy, in conjunction with Mr. Skey, delivered the introductory address. Mr. Foster White, the treasurer, presided. The large theatre WM filled to more than overflow, for many of the students bad to content th
04 October 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
IN THE BANKRUPTCY OF DAVID BARKER.

IN THE BANKRUPTCY OF DAVID BARKER.

The accounts of this bankrupt commence January 1, 1858, with a deficiency of £7,514. He now owes £9,188 to unsecured creditors; to secured do., £6,077; liabilities, £413 ; good debts, £1,430; doubtful, £301; property, £9,341 ; do. held by creditors, £2,163; profits, £2,761; expe
04 October 1859 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England